“None of us are saints. We can all do better”
The final installment in Marie Lu’s Young Elites novels. This one I liked better than the second. It was full of action, drama, and it was beautifully written.
I am again assuming that if you are reading this, you have read the first two. While I will try not to give anything away, there is always that a chance.
In this conclusion we find the Elites struggling with their powers. Some have become ill, some have gone mad, while others seem to be fairing okay. One of the Elites, Raffaele is aligned with the other elites powers and senses a deterioration. He concludes that they must give their powers back to the gods or have their powers kill not only them, but their entire planet. In order to do this, they must make alliances with their enemies. A hard thing to ask to give up your powers, but harder still to travel with people you don’t think you can trust.
This book was a gripping, non stop conclusion to a great series. I can’t wait to see what else Marie comes up with next.